How Baylor Steered Lower-Income Parents to Debt They Couldn't Afford - [wsj.com]
Yea, I taught for these sick f#@ks. Not proud at all. Like the Catholic Church, this institution should be banned, closed, and burned to the ground.
There’s a paywall, so I can’t read the article. But, yes, the cost of higher education in the United States is maddening. I hate to think it, but I bet it’s not just Baylor steering people awry.
I’ll paste here a comment I made below …
My son will be going to a state school and live at home with me — and it’s still gonna cost about $48,000 for tuition and books for 4 years. That’s effing ridiculous.
How parents can pay for private school, or add on room and board, is beyond me. Oh wait, I know: most can’t. And kids end up graduating with $100,000 of debt. Excellent start to life.